• How to download Netflix shows and movies on Android or iOS - CNET

    7 days ago - By CNET

    Netflix continues to make it easy to binge your favorite shows, wherever you are.
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  • Microsoft Whiteboard app coming soon to iOS and the web

    7 days ago - By WMPoweruser

    In December last year, Microsoft announced the preview of Whiteboard, a freeform digital canvas app for Windows where people can create and collaborate content. Today, Microsoft announced that Whiteboard app is now generally available for Windows users. Microsoft also announced that they are bringing Whiteboard experience to iOS and the web. Microsoft Whiteboard is available...
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  • Microsoft Whiteboard exits preview for Windows 10, coming soon to iOS and the web

    Microsoft Whiteboard exits preview for Windows 10, coming soon to iOS and the web

    7 days ago - By Windows Central

    After months of testing, Microsoft's Whiteboard collaboration app is now generally available.
    Ahead of its Inspire partner conference next week, Microsoft has launched its Whiteboard collaboration app out of preview.
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  • Microsoft's collaborative Whiteboard app is coming to Windows 10, iOS, and the web

    Microsoft's collaborative Whiteboard app is coming to Windows 10, iOS, and the web

    7 days ago - By The Verge

    Microsoft is launching its collaborative Whiteboard app on Windows 10 today, and promising versions for iOS and the web soon. The app has been in preview for Windows 10 for the past seven months, and it's now being made widely available on PCs alongside a new version for the web and iOS devices. Whiteboard lets users make notes on a virtual whiteboard that can be shared and edited with others in real time across devices.
    Anyone can access the app, but to collaborate with multiple people at least one person in the group will need an Office 365 subscription. Whiteboard supports inking on...
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  • Microsoft Whiteboard is available to all on Windows, iOS version coming soon

    7 days ago - By TechCrunch

    Microsoft previewed White Board last May, alongside the new Surface Pro, eventually rolling it out in public beta in December. The collaboration app just went live to all Windows users, as part of the deluge of announcements tied to the upcoming Inspire conference.
    Whiteboard is kind of digital sibling to Microsoft's large Surface Hub display. The company describes it as an “infinite canvas,” in a phrase cribbed from comics theorist, Scott McCloud. With the drawing app, users can sketch out notes and images with a finger, keyboard or compatible pen.
    The app lets teams collaborate remotely...
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  • Tim Hortons starts testing delivery service in Vancouver, Ottawa and Edmonton

    Tim Hortons starts testing delivery service in Vancouver, Ottawa and Edmonton

    7 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    Tim Hortons, which some call the greatest place on Earth, is getting better. While the recent overhaul of its iOS and Android app brought with it the ability for customers to skip the line and order ahead , delivery is something that has been on the wish list of many loyal addicts for years. Tim Hortons has started testing delivery with Skip The Dishes in three Canadian cities: Vancouver, Ottawa and Edmonton. If the test locations are well-received, the company will offer delivery in other cities in the coming months. While this is great progress, the cost of delivery is $3.45, which is...
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  • Chime in: Should Microsoft make a Photos app for Android and iOS?

    Chime in: Should Microsoft make a Photos app for Android and iOS?

    7 days ago - By Windows Central

    Would you like to see a dedicated Photos app for Android and iOS?
    Microsoft has a Photos app out for Windows, but the company has steered clear of releasing a similar solution for iOS or Android. The reasoning behind this is unclear, but since you don't have to use a separate app when viewing photos and other files within the OneDrive app, would it make sense for Microsoft to go all out and release a Photos app as well? Instead of using the default Android or iOS app, you could view all your shots in Microsoft Photos.
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